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Bluegrass Showcase part two

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THE RIVALS150: 2015 | 2016
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Maryland native C.J. KeyserClick LEXINGTON, Ky. -- There was so much talent on the floor at the Bluegrass Showcase that one event report wasn't enough to cover all the players Rivals.com wanted to mention from Saturday's action. Here's a second look at notables, news and notes from the event.Here to view this Link. looks to be making the most of his move to Bel Aire (Kan.) Sunrise Christian. The 6-foot-4 wing has added strength and even more explosion to his game. He's gotten better with the ball and looks to be on his way to developing into a high-major prospect. Keyser informed Rivals.com that he's actually going to extend his stay at Sunrise by taking a prep year and moving to the class of 2016. He already lists offers from Illinois State, Rhode Island, High Point, Western KentuckyClick LEXINGTON, Ky. -- There was so much talent on the floor at the Bluegrass Showcase that one event report wasn't enough to cover all the players Rivals.com wanted to mention from Saturday's action. Here's a second look at notables, news and notes from the event.Here to view this Link., St. Joseph's, St. Bonaventure, Towson, Fordham, Monmouth, Quinnipiac, MarshallClick LEXINGTON, Ky. -- There was so much talent on the floor at the Bluegrass Showcase that one event report wasn't enough to cover all the players Rivals.com wanted to mention from Saturday's action. Here's a second look at notables, news and notes from the event.Here to view this Link., Drexel, Boston U and UMass.
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Mid-Atlantic programs on the mid- to high-major level are likely going to keep a close watch on the development of Martinsville (Va.) Carlisle's Quentin JacksonClick In other Sunrise news, Rivals150 shooting guard Roosevelt Smart decided not to sign with Loyola in the early signing period. An explosive wing scorer who has added needed strength, Smart said that he is still considering going to Loyola but that he felt he rushed the decision and that he wants to see who else will get involved.Here to view this Link.. A 6-foot-3'ish combo guard, Jackson is a good athlete who can easily free himself up for shot attempts via the dribble. At this time, his jump shooting looks to be a bit streaky and his shot selection needs a little bit of work. However, the tools to be a very good offensive player are there and he has a nice frame to grow into.
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Dallas (Texas) Prime Prep found a matchup problem and exploited it in their win over Life Center. Lacking the type of post presence that they have had in the past, Prime Prep played BaylorClick When Burlington (N.J.) Life Center Academy senior Dennis TunstallClick Also at Carlisle, senior wing Kaleb Johnson is likely going to get some high-major looks this winter. At 6-foot-6, he has good size and he is also a fine athlete. Saturday wasn't his day, but he has a good looking shot and has already had some big performances this season.Here to view this Link. mentioned that he only had an offer from NJIT, it was a bit surprising. A 6-foot-7 combo forward with a pretty jump shot and a body to build on, Tunstall went for 20 points and five rebounds in Life Center's loss to Prime Prep out of Dallas. Tunstall is a very dangerous catch-and-shoot guy with range out to the three-point line, he runs the floor pretty well and he plays hard on both ends. He will need to add some strength, but his frame should easily carry another 20-25 pounds after work in a college weight room. Regional mid-majors should take a long look at him this winter.Here to view this Link. bound four-star junior small forward Mark VitalClick When Burlington (N.J.) Life Center Academy senior Dennis TunstallClick Also at Carlisle, senior wing Kaleb Johnson is likely going to get some high-major looks this winter. At 6-foot-6, he has good size and he is also a fine athlete. Saturday wasn't his day, but he has a good looking shot and has already had some big performances this season.Here to view this Link. mentioned that he only had an offer from NJIT, it was a bit surprising. A 6-foot-7 combo forward with a pretty jump shot and a body to build on, Tunstall went for 20 points and five rebounds in Life Center's loss to Prime Prep out of Dallas. Tunstall is a very dangerous catch-and-shoot guy with range out to the three-point line, he runs the floor pretty well and he plays hard on both ends. He will need to add some strength, but his frame should easily carry another 20-25 pounds after work in a college weight room. Regional mid-majors should take a long look at him this winter.Here to view this Link. in the high post. Catching the ball, turning and facing to the hoop, Vital was able to exploit his quickness advantage to rack up 24 points and four rebounds. A well-built kid, Vital reminded Rivals.com of Ohio StateClick When Burlington (N.J.) Life Center Academy senior Dennis TunstallClick Also at Carlisle, senior wing Kaleb Johnson is likely going to get some high-major looks this winter. At 6-foot-6, he has good size and he is also a fine athlete. Saturday wasn't his day, but he has a good looking shot and has already had some big performances this season.Here to view this Link. mentioned that he only had an offer from NJIT, it was a bit surprising. A 6-foot-7 combo forward with a pretty jump shot and a body to build on, Tunstall went for 20 points and five rebounds in Life Center's loss to Prime Prep out of Dallas. Tunstall is a very dangerous catch-and-shoot guy with range out to the three-point line, he runs the floor pretty well and he plays hard on both ends. He will need to add some strength, but his frame should easily carry another 20-25 pounds after work in a college weight room. Regional mid-majors should take a long look at him this winter.Here to view this Link. freshman Jae'Sean TateClick When Burlington (N.J.) Life Center Academy senior Dennis TunstallClick Also at Carlisle, senior wing Kaleb Johnson is likely going to get some high-major looks this winter. At 6-foot-6, he has good size and he is also a fine athlete. Saturday wasn't his day, but he has a good looking shot and has already had some big performances this season.Here to view this Link. mentioned that he only had an offer from NJIT, it was a bit surprising. A 6-foot-7 combo forward with a pretty jump shot and a body to build on, Tunstall went for 20 points and five rebounds in Life Center's loss to Prime Prep out of Dallas. Tunstall is a very dangerous catch-and-shoot guy with range out to the three-point line, he runs the floor pretty well and he plays hard on both ends. He will need to add some strength, but his frame should easily carry another 20-25 pounds after work in a college weight room. Regional mid-majors should take a long look at him this winter.Here to view this Link. because of his ability to flourish as an undersized four man because of effort, athleticism and quickness.
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Realistically, three-star senior Malik HicksClick At Prolific Prep, elite prospect Josh JacksonClick Like they've been for the past few years, Huntington (W.V.) Prep is loaded with talent. On Saturday, it was four-star shooting guard Curtis JonesClick Five-star junior shooting guard Terrance Ferguson didn't have his best shooting day, but he continued to show improved ball-handling and scored 14 points while grabbing five rebounds. According to Prime Prep head coach Ray Forsett, Ferguson will visit Kansas unofficially in the near future. Finally for Prime Prep, Josh Bradford a transfer combo guard from Louisiana came up big late. After a slow start, he hit on a key three and huge drive late in the game to help secure the win. He can play somewhere on the Division 1 level.Here to view this Link. who had the biggest day. A confident offensive player, Jones had has jumper rolling from deep and he stuck his nose in traffic to be a factor on the glass during a 21-point, seven-rebound effort. Class of 2016 tough man Miles BridgesClick Five-star junior shooting guard Terrance Ferguson didn't have his best shooting day, but he continued to show improved ball-handling and scored 14 points while grabbing five rebounds. According to Prime Prep head coach Ray Forsett, Ferguson will visit Kansas unofficially in the near future. Finally for Prime Prep, Josh Bradford a transfer combo guard from Louisiana came up big late. After a slow start, he hit on a key three and huge drive late in the game to help secure the win. He can play somewhere on the Division 1 level.Here to view this Link. utilized his athleticism as usual and bulled his way to 18 points and 11 rebounds. Also, Appalachian State looks like they have stolen one in Huntington wing Ronshad Allen-ShabazzClick Five-star junior shooting guard Terrance Ferguson didn't have his best shooting day, but he continued to show improved ball-handling and scored 14 points while grabbing five rebounds. According to Prime Prep head coach Ray Forsett, Ferguson will visit Kansas unofficially in the near future. Finally for Prime Prep, Josh Bradford a transfer combo guard from Louisiana came up big late. After a slow start, he hit on a key three and huge drive late in the game to help secure the win. He can play somewhere on the Division 1 level.Here to view this Link.. A three-star prospect, the North Carolina native is a well-built off guard with good athleticism and scoring instincts.Here to view this Link. gets the bulk of the headlines, but he isn't without help. Fellow Michigan native Algevon EichelbergerClick Like they've been for the past few years, Huntington (W.V.) Prep is loaded with talent. On Saturday, it was four-star shooting guard Curtis JonesClick Five-star junior shooting guard Terrance Ferguson didn't have his best shooting day, but he continued to show improved ball-handling and scored 14 points while grabbing five rebounds. According to Prime Prep head coach Ray Forsett, Ferguson will visit Kansas unofficially in the near future. Finally for Prime Prep, Josh Bradford a transfer combo guard from Louisiana came up big late. After a slow start, he hit on a key three and huge drive late in the game to help secure the win. He can play somewhere on the Division 1 level.Here to view this Link. who had the biggest day. A confident offensive player, Jones had has jumper rolling from deep and he stuck his nose in traffic to be a factor on the glass during a 21-point, seven-rebound effort. Class of 2016 tough man Miles BridgesClick Five-star junior shooting guard Terrance Ferguson didn't have his best shooting day, but he continued to show improved ball-handling and scored 14 points while grabbing five rebounds. According to Prime Prep head coach Ray Forsett, Ferguson will visit Kansas unofficially in the near future. Finally for Prime Prep, Josh Bradford a transfer combo guard from Louisiana came up big late. After a slow start, he hit on a key three and huge drive late in the game to help secure the win. He can play somewhere on the Division 1 level.Here to view this Link. utilized his athleticism as usual and bulled his way to 18 points and 11 rebounds. Also, Appalachian State looks like they have stolen one in Huntington wing Ronshad Allen-ShabazzClick Five-star junior shooting guard Terrance Ferguson didn't have his best shooting day, but he continued to show improved ball-handling and scored 14 points while grabbing five rebounds. According to Prime Prep head coach Ray Forsett, Ferguson will visit Kansas unofficially in the near future. Finally for Prime Prep, Josh Bradford a transfer combo guard from Louisiana came up big late. After a slow start, he hit on a key three and huge drive late in the game to help secure the win. He can play somewhere on the Division 1 level.Here to view this Link.. A three-star prospect, the North Carolina native is a well-built off guard with good athleticism and scoring instincts.Here to view this Link. is one who is making good use of his time in California. The 6-foot-6 junior power forward has long arms, a strong body and really works hard on the glass. He is willing to play with physicality and his dirty work in the paint was rewarded with production as he scored 20 points and grabbed nine rebounds. Also at Prolific, senior combo guard Kyle LeufroyClick Like they've been for the past few years, Huntington (W.V.) Prep is loaded with talent. On Saturday, it was four-star shooting guard Curtis JonesClick Five-star junior shooting guard Terrance Ferguson didn't have his best shooting day, but he continued to show improved ball-handling and scored 14 points while grabbing five rebounds. According to Prime Prep head coach Ray Forsett, Ferguson will visit Kansas unofficially in the near future. Finally for Prime Prep, Josh Bradford a transfer combo guard from Louisiana came up big late. After a slow start, he hit on a key three and huge drive late in the game to help secure the win. He can play somewhere on the Division 1 level.Here to view this Link. who had the biggest day. A confident offensive player, Jones had has jumper rolling from deep and he stuck his nose in traffic to be a factor on the glass during a 21-point, seven-rebound effort. Class of 2016 tough man Miles BridgesClick Five-star junior shooting guard Terrance Ferguson didn't have his best shooting day, but he continued to show improved ball-handling and scored 14 points while grabbing five rebounds. According to Prime Prep head coach Ray Forsett, Ferguson will visit Kansas unofficially in the near future. Finally for Prime Prep, Josh Bradford a transfer combo guard from Louisiana came up big late. After a slow start, he hit on a key three and huge drive late in the game to help secure the win. He can play somewhere on the Division 1 level.Here to view this Link. utilized his athleticism as usual and bulled his way to 18 points and 11 rebounds. Also, Appalachian State looks like they have stolen one in Huntington wing Ronshad Allen-ShabazzClick Five-star junior shooting guard Terrance Ferguson didn't have his best shooting day, but he continued to show improved ball-handling and scored 14 points while grabbing five rebounds. According to Prime Prep head coach Ray Forsett, Ferguson will visit Kansas unofficially in the near future. Finally for Prime Prep, Josh Bradford a transfer combo guard from Louisiana came up big late. After a slow start, he hit on a key three and huge drive late in the game to help secure the win. He can play somewhere on the Division 1 level.Here to view this Link.. A three-star prospect, the North Carolina native is a well-built off guard with good athleticism and scoring instincts.Here to view this Link. can get some things done. At 6-foot-2, he is a capable jump shooter and pretty good decision-maker. How he ended up picking Lehigh has to be one of the bigger questions of the early signing period. That West Coast mid-majors would let him get away makes zero sense.Here to view this Link. of Jacksonville (Fla.) Arlington Country Day is a better fit as a 6-foot-5 power forward than he is a small forward. Actually, he's better labeled as a basketball player. Throw out the position with him because he is tough, plays hard and finds ways to contribute. His high energy and relentless motor allowed him to score 13 points and grab 10 rebounds on Saturday. He's another that mid majors should watch closely.
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Finally, Winston-Salem (N.C.) Quality Education Academy senior power forward Nate GrimesClick Saturday also gave Rivals.com a chance to get our first winter look at USF commit Tulio Da Silva and available big man Yankuba Sima. Da Silva is a pretty well put together 6-foot-6 athlete who exploded for a huge transition dunk, but for the most part he was pretty quiet. A 6-foot-10 big man, Sima looks like a high-major prospect in terms of athleticism, length and ability to run the floor. He had Maryland there watching, but like Da Silva, he had little impact in a loss to Prolific Prep. Rivals.com will get to see ACD play multiple times this season to get a better feel for Da Silva and Sima.Here to view this Link. had a strong evening in a win over Orangeville Prep and the No. 1 player in the class of 2016, Thon MakerClick Saturday also gave Rivals.com a chance to get our first winter look at USF commit Tulio Da Silva and available big man Yankuba Sima. Da Silva is a pretty well put together 6-foot-6 athlete who exploded for a huge transition dunk, but for the most part he was pretty quiet. A 6-foot-10 big man, Sima looks like a high-major prospect in terms of athleticism, length and ability to run the floor. He had Maryland there watching, but like Da Silva, he had little impact in a loss to Prolific Prep. Rivals.com will get to see ACD play multiple times this season to get a better feel for Da Silva and Sima.Here to view this Link.. Grimes sent a message early that he and his teammates were going to play with physicality and the Rivals150 forward and Fresno StateClick Saturday also gave Rivals.com a chance to get our first winter look at USF commit Tulio Da Silva and available big man Yankuba Sima. Da Silva is a pretty well put together 6-foot-6 athlete who exploded for a huge transition dunk, but for the most part he was pretty quiet. A 6-foot-10 big man, Sima looks like a high-major prospect in terms of athleticism, length and ability to run the floor. He had Maryland there watching, but like Da Silva, he had little impact in a loss to Prolific Prep. Rivals.com will get to see ACD play multiple times this season to get a better feel for Da Silva and Sima.Here to view this Link. signee kept it up the entire game. He left some points on the charity stripe (just 1-for-6 on free throws) but was otherwise productive in an impressive 17-point and 11-rebound game.
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